Jaqueline G. Raetz M.D. Accepting new patients

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Geriatric medicine, Obstetrics, Palliative care, Post-acute care, Primary care - family medicine




Jaqueline G. Raetz M.D. is resident faculty at the University of Washington's Family Medicine Residency. Additionally she holds appointments in Harborview Long Term Care and the Palliative Care Service at UW Hospital.

Dr. Raetz earned her bachelor's degree at Yale University and her M.D. from Duke University. She is board certified in family medicine and holds certificate of added qualifications in geriatrics and palliative care.

Dr. Raetz's clinical interests include prenatal care, long-term care, geriatrics, palliative care, residency training and obstetrics.

Dr. Raetz is passionate  about is training family medicine residents to practice full spectrum family medicine. She likes working with patients to co-create a plan of care that makes sense to them.

Currently this provider is not accepting new patients. Providers who are not accepting new patients will typically accept relatives of current patients.

Personal Interests

Dr. Raetz enjoys swimming, camping and cooking.

Family Medicine Clinic at Harborview

401 Broadway, 2nd Floor, Ste. 2075 Seattle, WA 98104


Acute episodic care, Behavioral healthcare, Eye care (optometry exams), Family medicine-OB


Inpatient Palliative Care Services at UW Medical Center

1959 NE Pacific St. Seattle, WA 98195


Hospital Inpatient Palliative Care


Maternal Infant Center at UWMC

1959 NE Pacific St., 6th Floor Pacific Tower Seattle, WA 98195


24-hour anesthesia services, Antepartum care, Birth center tours, Breastfeeding support

Duke University SOM

Medical education, 2001

UW - Dept. of Family Medicine

Residency, Family Medicine

Swedish Family Medicine Residency

Fellowship, Geriatric Med. (Family Prac.)


Board Certifications
  • Hospice and Palliative Medicine, 2012, American Board of Family Medicine
  • Geriatric Medicine, 2005, American Board of Family Medicine
  • Family Medicine, 2004, American Board of Family Medicine